Article - 6 Jan 2004
Porous ceramics can be used as filters and for the controlled release of volatile chemicals. This material consists of aluminosilicate particles in a glassy matrix. Chemical, physical and thermal...
Article - 10 Dec 2007
In this article hydroxyapatite ceramics containing glass powders were prepared to prevent dissolution at grain boundaries that become large cracks. Glass phase incorporated into hydroxyapatite acts as...
Article - 29 Jul 2020
Used in the production of high performance glass and ceramics, sol-gel manufacturing offers a low-temperature alternative to traditional melt-quenching.
Article - 7 Nov 2001
Glass is term used to describe various non-crystalline solids. It encompasses materials such as vitreous silica, sodium silicate, crystal, borosilicate, opal, phosphate and chalcogenide glasses as...
Article - 16 May 2002
Ceramic materials have been used dentistry for many years. Their use increasing, partly due to aesthetic reasons. Some applications where ceramics are used in dentistry are fillings, crowns, veneers,...
Article - 20 Jan 2020
Glass modifiers alter the glass properties of common glass mixes such as silicate and borate glasses to fine tune their applications.
Article - 11 Jun 2002
Silicate residues such as coal fly ash and incinerator fly ash have good potential for use in glass-ceramics. This is a report on the success of trying to incorporate these materials into...
Article - 1 Jun 2007
Geopolymers are materials similar to Portland cement but made from natural aluminosilicates. Geopolymers made from industrial byproducts like flyash and blast furnace slag may be used to encase...
Article - 15 Mar 2022
Elemental analysis of glass helps us to uncover chemical compositions, therefore its applications are vast. These include quality control, production diagnosis, material verification, and more.
Article - 4 Feb 2010
The quality of the glass is linked to multiple environmental and operational conditions that are affecting the glass surface when lifted from the tin bath. The bottom glass surface is influenced by...